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Where do you live?
Irvine, CA
Your real name? (No pseudonyms, please)
Muhammad Shoaib
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Your graduation date?
Jan 1998
Your major?
Computer Systems
What do you do for a living?
Lead Tech/Ops Engineer
What have you done for your alma mater lately?
What are your hobbies?
Table Tennis, Tennis
Favorite TV Shows:
After Iftar with Dr. Zakir Naik

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At 2:49pm on September 16, 2007, Shahid Usman said…
ASAK Shoaib,,,
Sab hee aa gaee hain idher.. cool!!

- Shahid
At 3:10pm on September 16, 2007, Muhammad Shoaib said…
Walaykum Salam Shahid,

Yes, acha hai chalo issi bahanay haal chal pata chalta rahay gaa ..

Take Care,
At 11:22pm on September 16, 2007, Raed Ali said…
i am in anaheim hills,, i usually go to masjid umer farooq at state college
At 11:20am on September 18, 2007, Muhammad Waseem said…
yaar mujhay ya samaj mai nahi aa raha kay hamaray batch kay logoon nay different different graduation date kiyoon likhaee hai? aakhir correct date kiya hai?
At 12:07pm on September 18, 2007, Muhammad Shoaib said…
main nay toh Zeeshan abbasi ki copy kar li thi ... honestly i don't remember exactly .....
At 9:51pm on September 18, 2007, Owais Malik said…

I am fine, and doing great. No problem my dear I am also here champion for TT from very long time, we can have when we sometime........!!!!!!
At 3:27am on September 19, 2007, Rashid Mohiuddin said…
shoaib bhai ... assalam o alaikum ... banda yahan khariat se hey aur aap kee khairiat khudawand-e-kareem se naik mutloob hey.
At 10:34am on September 19, 2007, Muhammad Shoaib said…
Araayyyyy walykum salam Rashid Bhai ... hum toh aap ko dekhnay kay liya taras gayeee ... how are you doing in Singapore .... howz job ?
At 4:56pm on September 19, 2007, Farooq Ahmed said…
Allah Ka shukar, app Kahan hain , pata nahee kahan kahan is internet kee infinite dunya main gum rehtay hoo, seedha seedha email id hey us per mail ker deyta "kiya hal hain " jawab day deyta... Mashallah Dua ko dekh ker kushi howi...Kal he Urooj say bat howi thee ... He gave a good news of getting a wonderfull job in Dubai... Keep in touch...
At 3:31am on September 20, 2007, Zafar Ul-Islam said…
W'Salam, I am doing fine AlhamduLillah. Working with Microsoft in Pakistan for almost 6 yrs now :)

Aap sunein..hows life? when are you planning to visit Pakistnan next?

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